I don't know about you, but I really enjoyed the beautiful, almost tropical weather we received during most of January! However, because of the warm temperatures, we were down to a bare minimum of snow. Then, luckily on January 28, we received 7 inches of snow, and the temperatures are back down where they should be, for our Saskatchewan winter. As always, be careful going onto any body of ice. When in doubt, check it first , or just don't go. With all the freezing, thawing, freezing, thawing the ice has been doing, it may not be safe.
** ATTENTION **
I received a phone call this morning from a farmer. He wanted to make me aware of the fact that he will be disturbing the snowmobile trail--201 D --about halfway between the Nut Lake Shelter and Rose Valley, in order to clean up his grain bag--on February 2 & 3, 2015. So, please be cautious when driving through that area, as the trail will be rough until it can be groomed. If you know of anyone who will be in this neighbourhood on or around those days, please pass this information on to them. Thank you.
*** ATTENTION ***
I received an email, informing us that during the month of February, heavy truck traffic can be expected crossing along Highway 35 & 5, as gravel hauling will be between Barrier Ford and Fishing lake resorts destinations during this time frame. Please see map below.